During its examination of Mars, the Viking 1 spacecraft returned images of Valles Marineris, a huge canyon system 5,000 km long, up to 240 km wide, and 6.5 km deep, whose connected chasma or valleys may have formed from a combination of erosional collapse and structural activity. The view shows west Candor Chasma, one of the connected valleys of Valles Marineris; north toward top of frame. The image is a composite of Viking high-resolution (about 80 m/pixel or picture element) images in black... Topics: Canyons, What -- Mars, What -- Viking Source: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/gallery/canyons/PIA00403.html
"Canyons Lined in Blue Waters: Four Collections" is comprised of "Wolf's Hour: Carnal Apparition Poems," "Terse as this is: Meta-Poetry," "Quiddities (Philosophical Poetry)", and "Ghosts by the Ice Skating Rink: The Cheltenham Poem Sequence," all by American poet Adam Fieled. Topics: canyons lined in blue waters, american poetry
Afternoon Set Intro Country Ghetto Lochloosa Dirtfloorcracker Tragic Jookhouse Circles By My Side The Sun Is Shining Down Nare Sugar That Boy Six Ways From Sunday Ho Cake Harp & Drums 1. Intro 1. Intro 1. Intro 2. Country Ghetto 2. Country Ghetto 2. Country Ghetto 3. Lochloosa 3. Lochloosa 3. Lochloosa 4. Dortfloorcracker 4. Dortfloorcracker 4. Dortfloorcracker 5. Tragic 5. Tragic 5. Tragic 6. Jookhouse 6. Jookhouse 6. Jookhouse 7. Circles 7. Circles 7. Circles 8. By My Side 8. By My Side... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: mofro, jj grey, canyons resort, park city, utah Source: Schoeps mk4/kc5/cmc6 > Lunatec v2 > Sound Devices 722 @ 24/48 (fob/dfc/ortf)
Nowlikephotographs brings you an in-studio performance by Canyons of Static, an atmospheric post-rock 4-piece from Milwaukee, WI. Both "Northern Highland" and "Water/Worn" are unreleased; they will appear on a forth coming full-length album. Will Wlizlo asks about the group's "Christmas EP," which is a collection of yule-time covers released for free, and also about the persisting (or, maybe, not) influence of Godspeed You Black Emperor. Recorded January 16th, 2010... Topics: Nowlikephotographs, Radio K, Instrumental, Post Rock, Canyons of Static
One of the earliest observations made by the Mars Global Surveyor (MGS) Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC) was that the upper crust of the planet appears to be layered to considerable depth. This was especially apparent, early in the mission, in the walls of the the Valles Marineris chasms. However, layered mesas and mounds within the Valles Marineris troughs were recognized all the way back in 1972 with Mariner 9 images. The MOC image presented here shows many tens of layers of several meters (yards)... Topics: Canyons, What -- Mars Global Surveyor Orbiter (MGS), What -- Surveyor, What -- Mars, What --... Source: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/gallery/canyons/PIA02398.html
Ryan was our guest during Hour-2 of the 05-13-08 edition of The Way of the Master Radio program. Before the tape recorder went on, Ryan asserted that he didn't believe in hell and that a person's eternal destination was determined by whatever the person believed happened next. Did he hold that opinion after Tony "The Lawman" Miano's conversation with him. Topics: Tony Miano, College of the Canyons, Law, Gospel, Evangelism, The Way of the Master Radio
Tony asked Cory the following question: "If you had only three minutes to live, what would your last words be, and to whom whould you speak them?" Cory's answer started a 20-minute conversation in which Cory learned the answer to life's most important question Topics: Law, gospel, evangelism, College of the Canyons, grace, Last Words Ministry Radio
Lovell was our guest for the first hour of the 04-29-08 edition of The Way of the Master Radio program. Listen as Tony "The Lawman" Miano conducts a follow-up conversation with Lovell and two of his friends. Topics: Tony Miano, College of the Canyons, Law, Gospel, Evangelism, The Way of the Master Radio
Manny was the guest for the first hour of the 05-13-08 edition of The Way of the Master Radio program. Listen as Tony "The Lawman" Miano reasons with Manny about the Law and the Gospel. Topics: Tony Miano, College of the Canyons, Law, Gospel, Evangelism, The Way of the Master Radio
Karina was our guest during the second hour of the 04-29-08 edition, of The Way of the Master Radio program. Karina is humbled by the Law and the Gospel. Topics: Tony Miano, College of the Canyons, Law, Gospel, Evangelism, The Way of the Master Radio
Recently, Tony spent the afternoon on the campus of College of the Canyons. There, he met a young lady named Carmen. Carmen is agnostic. In fact, when Tony approached her she was reading a book titled "God Is Not Great." Although Carmen held firm to her agnosticism, Tony was able to get her to admit that she could be wrong. Topics: Law, gospel, evangelism, College of the Canyons, grace, Way of the Master Radio
Tony Miano asked students at College of the Canyons the following questions. If you had two minutes to live, what would be your last words and to whom would you say them? And should people fear God? The students gave some interesting answers. Topics: Tony Miano, College of the Canyons, COC, law, gospel, evangelism, fear, God
Roy was our guest for the first hour of today's show. Roy was indeed humbled by the Law and understood the Gospel. Listen to Tony's follow-up conversation with him Topics: Law, gospel, evangelism, College of the Canyons, grace, Way of the Master Radio
Item is an amateur film documenting the 1958 Vancouver Pacific National Exhibition Parade and British Columbia scenery. The film begins with footage probably taken from a Kettle Valley Railroad train going through the Okanagan. The film ends with footage of floats in the P.N.E parade. Identified floats and performers include Shell, White Spot, and the New Westminster Shrine Club General Band. Businesses shown include Oscar's, Standard Stations, British American Oil Company, Canadian Pacific... Topics: Parade, Police on horses, Crowds, Downtown (Vancouver, B.C.), Canyons, Bridges, Lakes and ponds
Not long after the transit tunnels of Muni and Bart went in below Market Street in the '70s, a San Franciscan butterfly â the Western Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio rutulus) discovered an ecosystem freshly lined with one of its larval food, or host trees: the London Plane sycamore (Plantanus acerifolia). Males fly among the treetops, females lay eggs on the leaves, caterpillars feed and pupate, and adult butterflies emerge. This creature's entire lifecycle has played out for years unheralded by... Topics: butterflies, Tiger Swallowtail, London Plane trees, Sycamores, riparian corridors, canyons, urban...
The scalar form of the approximate factorization method was used to develop a new code for the solution of three-dimensional internal laminar and turbulent compressible flows. The Navier-Stokes equations in their Reynolds-averaged form are iterated in time until a steady solution is reached. Evidence is given to the implicit and explicit artificial damping schemes that proved to be particularly efficient in speeding up convergence and enhancing the algorithm robustness. A conservative treatment... Topics: CONFERENCES, STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES (GEOLOGY), GEOLOGICAL FAULTS, GEOMORPHOLOGY, LANDFORMS, MARS...
MOC image P005_03 was acquired at 6:25 AM PDT on September 19, 1997, about 11 minutes after Mars Global Surveyor passed close to the planet for the fifth time. During the imaging period, the spacecraft was canted towards the sun-lit hemisphere by 25Ê_, and the MOC was obliquely viewing features about 1600 km (1000 miles) away. The resolution at that distance was about 6 meters (20 feet) per picture element (pixels), but in order to improve the number of gray levels, the pixels were summed in... Topics: Canyons, What -- Mars Global Surveyor Orbiter (MGS), What -- Surveyor, What -- Sun, Where --... Source: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/gallery/canyons/PIA00941.html
This is MOC frame P005_03, a subset of PIA00941. MOC image P005_03 was acquired at 6:25 AM PDT on September 19, 1997, about 11 minutes after Mars Global Surveyor passed close to the planet for the fifth time. During the imaging period, the spacecraft was canted towards the sunlit hemisphere by 25Ê_, and the MOC was obliquely viewing features about 1600 km (1000 miles) away. The resolution at that distance was about 6 meters (20 feet) per picture element (pixels), but in order to improve the... Topics: Canyons, What -- Mars Global Surveyor Orbiter (MGS), What -- Surveyor, Where -- California, Where... Source: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/gallery/canyons/PIA00945.html
Wind tunnel diffuser performance is evaluated by comparing experimental data with analytical results predicted by an one-dimensional integration procedure with skin friction coefficient, a two-dimensional interactive boundary layer procedure for analyzing conical diffusers, and a two-dimensional, integral, compressible laminar and turbulent boundary layer code. Pressure, temperature, and velocity data for a 3.25 deg equivalent cone half-angle diffuser (37.3 in., 94.742 cm outlet diameter) was... Topics: CANYONS, PLANETARY EVOLUTION, ROCKS, VALLEYS, VOLCANOES, CHINA, CRATONS, CRUSTAL FRACTURES, EARTH...
This is the full-resolution, rotated perspective image of Nirgal Vallis, a subset of PIA00942. Nigral Vallis is one of a number of canyons called valley networks or runoff channels. Much of the debate concerning the origin of these valleys centers on whether they were formed by water flowing across the surface, or by collapse and upslope erosion associated with groundwater processes. At the resolution of this image, it is just barely possible to discern an interwoven pattern of lines on the... Topics: Canyons, What -- Crater, What -- Mars Global Surveyor Orbiter (MGS), What -- Surveyor, Where -- The... Source: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/gallery/canyons/PIA00944.html
This image is a subsection of the MGS Nirgal Vallis "B" image (PIA00942). This subsection of frame P006_05 is shown here at reduced resolution because the full image is almost 7 MBytes in size. Because the MOC acquires its images one line at a time, the cant angle towards the sun-lit portion of the planet, the spacecraft orbital velocity, and the spacecraft rotational velocity combined to significantly distort the image. However, even in this reduced resolution version, dunes can be... Topics: Canyons, What -- Mars Global Surveyor Orbiter (MGS), What -- Sun, What -- Crater, What -- Surveyor,... Source: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/gallery/canyons/PIA00943.html
At 3:08:30 AM on September 21, 1997, the MOC field of view swept across the highland valley network Nirgal Vallis at 28.5Ê_S, 41.6 W. Although the MGS spacecraft was at an altitude of about 400 km (250 miles), the MOC was pointed obliquely across the planet at about 35Ê_, so the distance to Nirgal Vallis was closer to 800 km (500 miles). At that range and viewing angle, the MOC field of view was about 16 km (10 miles) wide, and the resolution was about 9 meters (30 feet) per pixel. The... Topics: Canyons, What -- Mars Global Surveyor Orbiter (MGS), What -- Sun, What -- Crater, What -- Surveyor,... Source: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/gallery/canyons/PIA00942.html
Our weird September continues with a trio of flicks that have pretty much nothing in common with each other, except that we had to watch them, and now you'll have to hear us talk about them! First on the show is BLOOD DINER from 1987! Directed by Jackie Kong, this horror comedy is an homage to the classic HG Lewis Blood Feast, but also much more. It features one of the finest deep-fried-topless-girl-head-decapation scenes in all of cinema, we're sure you'll agree.Next, we head to the Hollywood... Topics: animation, Anime, Blood Diner, boobs, Bret Easton Ellis, Butts, cannibals, Jackie Kong, No Wacky...
Episode of Ben Watson's weekly show "Late Lunch With Out To Lunch" originally broadcast live on Resonance Radio (www.resonancefm.com), a weave of Olivier Messian's Des Canyons Aux Etioles with tracks recorded in New Orleans in the early 50s by Smiley Lewis - plus OTL on the recent Diesel ad campaign and on Wilson Bentley, the Snowflake Man. Topics: Audio Esemplasm, Ben Watson, Late Lunch With Out To Lunch, Resonance, Olivier Messiaen, Des Canyons...
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The need to improve the quality and accuracy of cost estimates of proposed new aerospace systems has been widely recognized. The industry has done the best job of maintaining related capability with improvements in estimation methods and giving appropriate priority to the hiring and training of qualified analysts. Some parts of Government, and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in particular, continue to need major improvements in this area. Recently, NASA recognized that its... Topics: HEAT FLUX, CIRCULATION, ARCTIC REGIONS, BERING SEA, CANYONS, OCEAN BOTTOM, TIME DEPENDENCE,...
It’s Episode 61 of In the Mood for Podcast, a British-based film podcast hosted by Calum Reed of Ultimate Addict and Pete Sheppard of In the Mood for Blog. After Pete’s whirlwind trip to Croatia we unite for cinematic visits to canyons, hills, and valleys. The return of a flesh-baring Lindsay Lohan sets pulses racing, but the trashy politics and Hollywood commentary of “The Canyons” only works for one of us. Cal goes it alone for the latest Studio Ghibli offering “From Up on Poppy... Topics: the lone ranger, johnny depp, meryl streep, oscars, supporting, august osage county, julia roberts,...
This week's episode sees the return of previous podcast guest Irini M, who helps us discuss George Clooney's World War II caper "Monuments Men" and ponder some latest film news, featuring a death, a coming-out, and a Supporting Actress tragedy. And then we all reveal our top tens of 2013 (which takes a while), but it proves difficult for some to bite their tongues about each others' picks. Listener questions instigate a Greek history lesson, but our guest remains coy throughout the... Topics: socrates, plato, aristotle, review, top tens, best of 2013, oscars, podcast, year in review, oscar...
In this episode, we turn our attention to the awards race, as this week sees the release of two films vying for Oscars, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's meditation on the theatre, "Birdman," and spirited Stephen Hawking drama "The Theory of Everything". We also take the opportunity to discuss the Producers Guild Award nominations and the winners from the National Society of Film Critics' annual round of voting, touching (lightly) upon a victory for Jean-Luc Godard, and... Topics: Oscars, best picture, best actress, best supporting actress, producers guild award nominations, pga...